Evgeny L. Kuleshov

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In this article, we explore two approaches to modeling hypermedia-based communication. It is argued that the classical conveyor-tube framework is not applicable to the case of computerand Internetmediated communication. We then present a simple but very general system-theoretic model of the communication process, propose its mathematical interpretation, and(More)
Modeling human dynamics responsible for the formation and evolution of the so-called social networks – structures comprised of individuals or organizations and indicating connectivities existing in a community – is a topic recently attracting a significant research interest. It has been claimed that these dynamics are scale-free in many practically(More)
This paper outlines a novel theoretical framework to analyze the citation process in a broad context of communication studies. The devised model is validated with two large datasets. From the theory, a three-interval classification system emerges, which is intuitively appealing as it naturally divides all papers into "socially not acknowledged," "socially(More)
The presented work proposes a novel approach to model the citation rate. The paper begins with a brief introduction into informetrics studies and highlights drawbacks of the contemporary approaches to modeling the citation process as a product of social interactions. An alternative modeling framework based on results obtained in cognitive psychology is then(More)
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